Winston Morales Chavarro

Neiva, Huila, 1969. Social Communicator and Journalist. MA in Cultural Studies, Spanish and Latin American references, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar in Quito. Full time Professor at Cartagena University, Colombia. He has won the Poetry Contests of Organización Casa de Poesía, 1996; José Eustasio Rivera, 1997 and 1999; Ministry of Culture departmental Contest, 1998; Euclides Jaramillo Arango, Del Quindío University, 2000; Second Price Winner Poetry National Contest Chiquinquirá City, 2000; Poetry National Contest Antioquia University, 2001; Third Price Winner at the International Literary Contest Outono, Brasil. First Price Winner IX National Biennial of Novella José Eustasio Rivera. First Place at Poetry National Price Bolívar Technological University, Cartagena, 2005. Winner of an artistic residency from The Group of Three (Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico) Colombia Ministry of Culture and Mexico’s Foncas, with the project: “Parallels of the invisible: Chichén Itza-San Agustín”. Winner of the Instituto de Patrimonio y Cultura Poetry Contest, Cartagena (IPCC), 2013. Winner of the Humberto Tafur Charry Short Story Contest, 2013. Winner of the Literature International Price "David Mejía Velilla", Universidad de La Sabana, 2014, Bogotá, Colombia. Finalist in several contests of poetry and short stories in Colombia, Spain, Argentina and Mexico. He has published the books of poems Aniquirona, Trilce Publishers, 1998; La lluvia y el ángel (The rain and the angel) (Co-authored)-Trilce Publishers, 1999; De regreso a Schuaima (Back to Schuaima), Ediciones Dauro, Granada-España, 2001; Memorias de Alexander de Brucco (Memoirs of Alexander de Brucco), Editorial Universidad de Antioquia, 2002; Summa poética, Altazor Editores, 2005; Antología (Antology), Viernes de Poesía Collection, Universidad Nacional, 2009; Camino a Rogitama (Road to Rogitama), Trilce Publishers, 2010; La Ciudad de las piedras que cantan (The City of the singing stones), Caza de Libros, Ibagué 2011; Temps era temps, Altazor Publishers, Bogotá, 2013, and La douce Aniquirone et D`autres poemes somme poètique (French Translation of Marcel Kemadjou Njanke), 2014. In narrative: Dios puso una sonrisa sobre su rostro (God put a smile upon his face), novella, 2004; On essay: Poéticas del ocultismo en las escrituras de José Antonio Ramos Sucre, Carlos Obregón, César Dávila Andrade y Jaime Saenz (Poetics of occultism in the writings of José Antonio Ramos Sucre, Carlos Obregón, César Dávila Andrade and Jaime Saenz), Trilce Publishers, Bogotá, 2008. His poems have appeared in magazines and newspapers from Colombia, Spain, Venezuela, Italy, United States of America, Argentina, Puerto Rico and Mexico, and have been translated into French, Italian, Portuguese and English.

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